Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Gain the Insight You Need to Write a Musical
Musicals continue to be kings of the box office on Broadway, the West End, and around the world. In this live webinar you will learn the key techniques of creating a musical adaptation from plays, books, movies, games, and more. Learn from the successful co-creator of Jekyll & Hyde the Musical, Steve Cuden.
What You'll Learn
• Where to find story ideas adaptable for musicals and determining if it has commercial potential.
• How to deconstruct a story and analyze it for musical structure.
• Determining plot points for your musical.
• Song spotting: song vs. dialogue.
Who should attend
• Musical book writers seeking to understand how to break down an existing story.
• Writers, composers, and lyricists seeking inspiration and tools to supercharge their musical theatre writing.
• Musical book writers wanting to understand song spotting.
• Writers, composers, and lyricists seeking to develop and write a musical.
Early Bird Price:
$79.99     $59.99
Meet the Instructor
Steve Cuden
Steven Cuden is a screenwriter who is best known for co-creating the international hit, Jekyll & Hyde, The Musical, as well as writing over 90 teleplays for animated TV series.

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